This 1957 Chevy 150 looks like it just rolled off the show room floor, but when you look under the hood you will see how special it is. The restoration, which was completed in May 2012, was very high quality. The attention to detail is nearly flawless. This is a three owner car that was originally built in California. The car is powered by a 300 hp 283 motor with dual quads, 1968 Muncie M22 4-speed with Hurst shifter, 355 positraction and dual exhaust. The engine compartment is immaculate. The black and white exterior with chrome accents is in excellent condition. The silver and black interior is beautifully finished and like new. Options on this car include front disc brakes, deluxe heater and electric wipers. With less than 400 miles since the restoration, this car will turn heads as you drive down the road.
Additional pictures are available upon request. An inspection can be arranged by appointment only. If the car needs to be shipped, we will ensure the car is available for the transporter's schedule. Reasonable offers will be considered. If you have questions or want to discuss the car, contact Randy at 612-619-2252.
I am a certified car appraiser who does marketing consignments for customers who don't have time to set up ads for their vehicle or don't use the internet. I charge a flat fee up front and do not collect any consignment fees when the vehicle sells. I am not a dealer. The vehicle remains in the owner's possession and I handle inquiries until they become serious at which time the owner becomes involved in the transaction.
Note: This car is located in Stillwater MN
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